The rapper, 44, pleaded with the judge in her ongoing bankruptcy case to stop the sale of her New Jersey mansion, according to court documents obtained by Page Six on Friday.
She asked the court to convert her case from a Chapter 13 to a Chapter 11 so that she could reorganize her debts, and told the judge that she will fork over “adequate protection payments” to the mortgage company to save her home throughout the bankruptcy process.
She first filed for bankruptcy in May, and a judge has not signed off on her argument yet.
Page Six previously reported that Kim’s house fell into foreclosure in 2010. Bidding on the property started at just $100 in April 2018.